Scholastic Guiding K-3 Writers To Independence Item # 135890
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In this breakthrough book, internationally respected literacy researchers Gay Pinnell and Pat Scharer introduce us to community writing.This centers on the relationship between group writing such as shared and interactive writing and children's independent writing development. At the heart of community, writing is rich talk about all aspects of the writing process as well as several other key essentials the book shows you how to develop. This books shows how to help your young writers “own” their topics. Children write best when their writing is based on authentic topics of their choice-ideas, stories and events that are real for them. It explains how to use quality children's literature to support your teaching. The authors demonstrate the importance of reading quality books to children in ways that invite children's thoughts, questions and observations before, during and after the reading. Conversations about books help children learn about the writer's craft. It also shows how to teach writing all day long—beyond the writer's workshop. Children will learn about writing in a range of instructional contexts each day.
|grade||kindergarten; 1st grade; 2nd grade; 3rd grade|
|number of pages||288|
|size||8 3/8" x 10 7/8"|
|subject||reading & writing|